North Point Periodontics

North Point Periodontics North Point Periodontics goal is to provide high quality Cosmetic and Implant Periodontal services within our community. Dr. Kirkland at North Point Periodontics in Alpharetta is here to serve you with high quality periodontal services delivered in a comfortable and friendly environment.
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We are a premier periodontal practice serving the residents of Alpharetta and the communities north of Atlanta. Dr. Kirkland and all of the members of her dedicated staff take pride in making your dental experience as pleasant as possible. We use the latest techniques to ensure that our patients are comfortable during dental procedures. We also take the time to thoroughly present treatment options

We are a premier periodontal practice serving the residents of Alpharetta and the communities north of Atlanta. Dr. Kirkland and all of the members of her dedicated staff take pride in making your dental experience as pleasant as possible. We use the latest techniques to ensure that our patients are comfortable during dental procedures. We also take the time to thoroughly present treatment options

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WE CAN'T WAIT TO SEE ALL OF YOUR SMILLING FACES!Dr. Ginger Kirkland For Our First Post CovidNORTH POINT PERIODONTICS HYG...
06/22/2021

WE CAN'T WAIT TO SEE ALL OF YOUR SMILLING FACES!

Dr. Ginger Kirkland

For Our First Post Covid

NORTH POINT PERIODONTICS HYGIENE STUDY CLUB

Periodontal Relapse:

The Importance of Supportive Periodontal Therapy

Featuring: Dr. Ginger Kirkland

Wednesday, June 23, 2021

Registration: 5:30 pm / Seminar: 6:00-8:00 pm

Course Description:

Developing interval guidelines for Supportive Periodontal Therapy or “periodontal maintenance” has always proven challenging for the dental professional. There are many conflicting viewpoints, from dental insurance companies, individual patients and dental professionals. These conflicting viewpoints make setting short and long term maintenance interval recommendations difficult. Following the completion of this course, participants will be able to define Supportive Periodontal Therapy, identify high risk patients and exhibit confidence when recommending SPT intervals.

Course Objectives:

Define Supportive Periodontal Therapy
Determine patients at high risk for periodontal relapse
Debate SPT interval recommendations for at risk patients
Speaker: M. Virginia Kirkland, DMD, MS

Dr. Kirkland has provided periodontal care to Alpharetta residents since 1998. She earned her undergraduate degree at the Medical College of Georgia in 1987 in the field of Dental Hygiene. She practiced dental hygiene within the field of periodontics for four years prior to beginning her dental education. She received her dental degree from the University of Louisville, Kentucky in 1995. A postgraduate residency completed at the University of Louisville in 1998 allowed her to develop greater expertise in periodontal treatment. Dr. Kirkland received her Master of Science Degree in Oral Biology in 1998 from the University of Louisville.

Dr. Kirkland is a Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology. She is also a member of many professional organizations including the American Academy of Periodontology, Southern Academy of Periodontology, Georgia Society of Periodontists, American Dental Association, Georgia Dental Association, Northern District Dental Society, and the Hinman Dental Society, just to name a few. Dr. Kirkland has been published in professional dental Journals for research conducted in the fields of implant dentistry and guided bone regeneration.

Dr. Kirkland resides in Alpharetta with her husband Dr. Brett Gluck (Alpharetta orthodontist) and their two children, Carter and Kyle.

Sponsored by Colgate & Jack's Dental Depot

REGISTRATION REQUIRED: Space is limited

please call 770-740-0442 to confirm registration

Complimentary / 2 Hrs. Lecture / 2 CE Credits

WE CAN'T WAIT TO SEE ALL OF YOUR SMILLING FACES!

Dr. Ginger Kirkland

For Our First Post Covid

NORTH POINT PERIODONTICS HYGIENE STUDY CLUB

Periodontal Relapse:

The Importance of Supportive Periodontal Therapy

Featuring: Dr. Ginger Kirkland

Wednesday, June 23, 2021

Registration: 5:30 pm / Seminar: 6:00-8:00 pm

Course Description:

Developing interval guidelines for Supportive Periodontal Therapy or “periodontal maintenance” has always proven challenging for the dental professional. There are many conflicting viewpoints, from dental insurance companies, individual patients and dental professionals. These conflicting viewpoints make setting short and long term maintenance interval recommendations difficult. Following the completion of this course, participants will be able to define Supportive Periodontal Therapy, identify high risk patients and exhibit confidence when recommending SPT intervals.

Course Objectives:

Define Supportive Periodontal Therapy
Determine patients at high risk for periodontal relapse
Debate SPT interval recommendations for at risk patients
Speaker: M. Virginia Kirkland, DMD, MS

Dr. Kirkland has provided periodontal care to Alpharetta residents since 1998. She earned her undergraduate degree at the Medical College of Georgia in 1987 in the field of Dental Hygiene. She practiced dental hygiene within the field of periodontics for four years prior to beginning her dental education. She received her dental degree from the University of Louisville, Kentucky in 1995. A postgraduate residency completed at the University of Louisville in 1998 allowed her to develop greater expertise in periodontal treatment. Dr. Kirkland received her Master of Science Degree in Oral Biology in 1998 from the University of Louisville.

Dr. Kirkland is a Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology. She is also a member of many professional organizations including the American Academy of Periodontology, Southern Academy of Periodontology, Georgia Society of Periodontists, American Dental Association, Georgia Dental Association, Northern District Dental Society, and the Hinman Dental Society, just to name a few. Dr. Kirkland has been published in professional dental Journals for research conducted in the fields of implant dentistry and guided bone regeneration.

Dr. Kirkland resides in Alpharetta with her husband Dr. Brett Gluck (Alpharetta orthodontist) and their two children, Carter and Kyle.

Sponsored by Colgate & Jack's Dental Depot

REGISTRATION REQUIRED: Space is limited

please call 770-740-0442 to confirm registration

Complimentary / 2 Hrs. Lecture / 2 CE Credits

No matter how old we get, we still need our fathers. Happy Father's Day!
06/20/2021

No matter how old we get, we still need our fathers.

Happy Father's Day!

No matter how old we get, we still need our fathers.

Happy Father's Day!

For National Smile Month, we'd like to remind you that floss is your best defense against gum disease. ✔️ Along with bru...
06/04/2021

For National Smile Month, we'd like to remind you that floss is your best defense against gum disease.
✔️ Along with brushing and regular cleanings, you can not only prevent gum disease but sometimes you can even reverse it with early intervention.

For National Smile Month, we'd like to remind you that floss is your best defense against gum disease.
✔️ Along with brushing and regular cleanings, you can not only prevent gum disease but sometimes you can even reverse it with early intervention.

Land of the free because of the brave. 🇺🇸Happy Memorial Day!
05/31/2021

Land of the free because of the brave.
🇺🇸
Happy Memorial Day!

Land of the free because of the brave.
🇺🇸
Happy Memorial Day!

Gum disease is often the root cause of infected tooth pulp, and that leads to a root canal. On Root Canal Day, we want t...
05/12/2021

Gum disease is often the root cause of infected tooth pulp, and that leads to a root canal. On Root Canal Day, we want to remind you that brushing and flossing daily is your best defense.

✔️ Make sure you pay special attention to your upper and lower molars. Since they're more difficult to reach with floss, they're the most common culprit for tooth decay.

Gum disease is often the root cause of infected tooth pulp, and that leads to a root canal. On Root Canal Day, we want to remind you that brushing and flossing daily is your best defense.

✔️ Make sure you pay special attention to your upper and lower molars. Since they're more difficult to reach with floss, they're the most common culprit for tooth decay.

Today we're thankful for mothers and the way that they shape our lives. Happy Mother's Day!
05/09/2021

Today we're thankful for mothers and the way that they shape our lives.

Happy Mother's Day!

Today we're thankful for mothers and the way that they shape our lives.

Happy Mother's Day!

On Earth Day, we're sharing some small changes you can make to your dental care to benefit the environment. 🌎Would you l...
04/22/2021

On Earth Day, we're sharing some small changes you can make to your dental care to benefit the environment.
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Would you like to decrease your carbon footprint? Consider switching to a bamboo toothbrush and using regular floss instead of plastic floss picks. Together, our small changes can lead to larger results.

On Earth Day, we're sharing some small changes you can make to your dental care to benefit the environment.
🌎
Would you like to decrease your carbon footprint? Consider switching to a bamboo toothbrush and using regular floss instead of plastic floss picks. Together, our small changes can lead to larger results.

This week is Oral, Head, and Neck Cancer Awareness Week. While gum cancer may not be the most common type, it is still a...
04/06/2021

This week is Oral, Head, and Neck Cancer Awareness Week. While gum cancer may not be the most common type, it is still a risk.

Getting regular dental check-ups and practicing proper dental care can greatly reduce these risks and may just save your life!

This week is Oral, Head, and Neck Cancer Awareness Week. While gum cancer may not be the most common type, it is still a risk.

Getting regular dental check-ups and practicing proper dental care can greatly reduce these risks and may just save your life!

Dental Hygienists play a pivotal role in patients' periodontal health, so for National Dental Hygienists Week, we salute...
04/05/2021

Dental Hygienists play a pivotal role in patients' periodontal health, so for National Dental Hygienists Week, we salute you.
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Thank you for being at the frontlines of dental healthcare!

Dental Hygienists play a pivotal role in patients' periodontal health, so for National Dental Hygienists Week, we salute you.
🙌
Thank you for being at the frontlines of dental healthcare!

It's World Oral Health Day! Proper periodontal care is an integral part of your oral health. Aside from brushing and flo...
03/20/2021

It's World Oral Health Day!

Proper periodontal care is an integral part of your oral health.
Aside from brushing and flossing, to prevent gum disease it's recommended to quit the use of to***co. To***co use is one of the largest risk factors for gum disease.

It's World Oral Health Day!

Proper periodontal care is an integral part of your oral health.
Aside from brushing and flossing, to prevent gum disease it's recommended to quit the use of to***co. To***co use is one of the largest risk factors for gum disease.

Happy Dental Assistant Week!  North Point Periodontics would love to give a BIG shoutout to our fabulous surgical assist...
03/11/2021

Happy Dental Assistant Week! North Point Periodontics would love to give a BIG shoutout to our fabulous surgical assistants! You may not recognize their beautiful faces because they are always covered up with PPE, but they are a very important part of our clinical team. They assist Dr. Kirkland, guide you on postoperative instructions, help answer all of your questions and ensure that you remain comfortable throughout your visit. We are so fortunate to have our wonderful assistants as part of our team!

What color should your lipstick be?  Pink and healthy or red and infected?  Call us today and begin your journey to heal...
03/10/2021

What color should your lipstick be? Pink and healthy or red and infected? Call us today and begin your journey to health! 770-740-0442 #northpointperio

What color should your lipstick be? Pink and healthy or red and infected? Call us today and begin your journey to health! 770-740-0442 #northpointperio

March is National Nutrition Month. Did you know foods rich in Vitamin C can strengthen your gums by protecting them agai...
03/08/2021

March is National Nutrition Month.

Did you know foods rich in Vitamin C can strengthen your gums by protecting them against gingivitis? Some Vitamin C rich foods include citrus fruits, peppers, strawberries, black currents, and even potatoes.

March is National Nutrition Month.

Did you know foods rich in Vitamin C can strengthen your gums by protecting them against gingivitis? Some Vitamin C rich foods include citrus fruits, peppers, strawberries, black currents, and even potatoes.

Your gum health has never been more important. We've always known that gum health is linked to overall health, but a new...
03/02/2021

Your gum health has never been more important. We've always known that gum health is linked to overall health, but a new study shows this is especially true for patients with COVID-19. 👉 People infected with the virus can be nine times more likely to suffer more serious effects.

There's no reason to delay your dental care. With our Safe Smiles Initiative in place, we're keeping our patients protected by following the CDC, O.S.H.A., and State Dental Board guidelines.

Your gum health has never been more important. We've always known that gum health is linked to overall health, but a new study shows this is especially true for patients with COVID-19. 👉 People infected with the virus can be nine times more likely to suffer more serious effects.

There's no reason to delay your dental care. With our Safe Smiles Initiative in place, we're keeping our patients protected by following the CDC, O.S.H.A., and State Dental Board guidelines.

Did you know your gum health relates to your heart health?The Mayo Clinic tells us that Gingivitis is associated with an...
02/22/2021

Did you know your gum health relates to your heart health?

The Mayo Clinic tells us that Gingivitis is associated with an increased risk of developing heart disease.

Make sure to ask our team questions to ensure you know the signs of Gingivitis and visit us regularly so your gums stay healthy.

Did you know your gum health relates to your heart health?

The Mayo Clinic tells us that Gingivitis is associated with an increased risk of developing heart disease.

Make sure to ask our team questions to ensure you know the signs of Gingivitis and visit us regularly so your gums stay healthy.

North Point Periodontics once again makes the TOP DENTISTS list!!
02/18/2021

North Point Periodontics once again makes the TOP DENTISTS list!!

North Point Periodontics once again makes the TOP DENTISTS list!!

February is Gum Disease Awareness Month. The CDC reports 47.2% of people age 30 and older have some form of periodontal ...
02/12/2021

February is Gum Disease Awareness Month.

The CDC reports 47.2% of people age 30 and older have some form of periodontal disease.

Gum health starts with the basics of brushing and flossing daily. Making a daily habit of oral health care is key!

February is Gum Disease Awareness Month.

The CDC reports 47.2% of people age 30 and older have some form of periodontal disease.

Gum health starts with the basics of brushing and flossing daily. Making a daily habit of oral health care is key!

Don’t delay on treating your periodontal disease. Give us a call today!  770-740-0442. It’s a matter of life or death. #...
02/09/2021
COVID-19 patients with gum disease 9 times more likely to die, study says

Don’t delay on treating your periodontal disease. Give us a call today! 770-740-0442. It’s a matter of life or death. #northpointperio #northpointperiodontics

Brushing your teeth regularly and maintaining proper oral care can play a big role in the fight against COVID-19 — since patients with gum disease are nine times more likely to die from the bug, according to new research.

February 4th is World Cancer Day. According to the National Cancer Society, roughly 50,000 people were diagnosed with or...
02/04/2021

February 4th is World Cancer Day.

According to the National Cancer Society, roughly 50,000 people were diagnosed with oral cavity or oropharyngeal cancer in 2020.

Watch out for white, red, or dark patches on the gums, and make sure you see our team regularly for check-ups.

February 4th is World Cancer Day.

According to the National Cancer Society, roughly 50,000 people were diagnosed with oral cavity or oropharyngeal cancer in 2020.

Watch out for white, red, or dark patches on the gums, and make sure you see our team regularly for check-ups.

Oh how we will miss all of your smiling faces!  Due to COVID restrictions, we have had to cancell our 2021 Appreciation ...
02/02/2021

Oh how we will miss all of your smiling faces! Due to COVID restrictions, we have had to cancell our 2021 Appreciation Seminar. We will see you all next year. February 4, 2022! In the meantime...enjoy the memories 😊

Oh how we will miss all of your smiling faces! Due to COVID restrictions, we have had to cancell our 2021 Appreciation Seminar. We will see you all next year. February 4, 2022! In the meantime...enjoy the memories 😊

Gum care is tooth care. ⬇️Proper care for your gums will prevent tooth loss. Make sure you brush twice a day, floss, and...
01/26/2021

Gum care is tooth care. ⬇️

Proper care for your gums will prevent tooth loss. Make sure you brush twice a day, floss, and regularly get dental check-ups to ensure you keep your smile good as new.

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01/25/2021

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We are doing everything we can do to insure our patients safety. Be informed!
01/25/2021
COVID Vaccines: Fact Versus Fiction

We are doing everything we can do to insure our patients safety. Be informed!

As the vaccine rollout continues for frontline health care workers and others in the most vulnerable populations, it is important to separate fact from fiction with regard to the safety and efficacy of the vaccines.

Happy New Year from your North Point Periodontics Family!
01/01/2021

Happy New Year from your North Point Periodontics Family!

Happy New Year! Have you considered a smile makeover for this new beginning?⬇️ Let us know what you want to change in 20...
01/01/2021

Happy New Year!
Have you considered a smile makeover for this new beginning?
⬇️ Let us know what you want to change in 2021 below. ⬇️

Happy Holidays! May this season bring a smile to your face.
12/24/2020

Happy Holidays! May this season bring a smile to your face.

Vaccinated!! #northpointperiodontics #northpointperio #shareyourshot
12/22/2020

Vaccinated!! #northpointperiodontics #northpointperio #shareyourshot

With the holiday season in mind, give the gift of a healthy smile! Consider gifting your family or friends with an elect...
12/18/2020

With the holiday season in mind, give the gift of a healthy smile! Consider gifting your family or friends with an electric toothbrush, travel-size toothpaste and floss, or sugar-free gum.

We love holiday drinks but they can cause damage to your teeth and gums. Sugary holiday drinks like hot chocolate can le...
12/14/2020

We love holiday drinks but they can cause damage to your teeth and gums. Sugary holiday drinks like hot chocolate can lead to gum disease without proper dental hygiene.

Make sure you protect your smile by regularly flossing, brushing, and drinking plenty of water!

Some things may have changed due to COVID-19, but one thing that has remained the same is our commitment to our patient’...
12/09/2020

Some things may have changed due to COVID-19, but one thing that has remained the same is our commitment to our patient’s safety and wellbeing.

It's important to see a dentist regularly since we know firsthand the strong connection between oral health to your overall health.

With our Safe Smiles Initiative, we've implemented additional safety and sanitation measures per O.S.H.A and CDC guidelines to protect you and, subsequently, our community. We look forward providing you with safe smiles and worry-free dental care!

12/03/2020

Don’t forget to brush! #northpointperio #northpointperiodontics

12/02/2020

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas!! #northpointperio #northpointperiodontics

Happy Thanksgiving from our North Point Periodontics Family to Yours!
11/27/2020

Happy Thanksgiving from our North Point Periodontics Family to Yours!

Dr. Virginia “Ginger” Kirkland has provided periodontal care to Alpharetta residents since 1998. She earned her undergra...
11/18/2020

Dr. Virginia “Ginger” Kirkland has provided periodontal care to Alpharetta residents since 1998. She earned her undergraduate degree at the Medical College of Georgia in 1987 in the field of Dental Hygiene. She practiced dental hygiene within the field of periodontics for four years prior to beginning her dental education. She received her dental degree from the University of Louisville, Kentucky in 1995. A postgraduate residency completed at the University of Louisville in 1998 allowed her to develop greater expertise in periodontal treatment. Dr. Kirkland received her Master of Science Degree in Oral Biology in 1998 from the University of Louisville, completed in the field of bone regeneration.

Dr. Kirkland is a Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology. She is also a member of many professional organizations including the American Academy of Periodontology, Southern Academy of Periodontology, Georgia Society of Periodontists, American Dental Association, Georgia Dental Association, Northern District Dental Society and the Hinman Dental Society. She is currently serving on the Executive Committee of the Georgia Society of Periodontists. She is also a chosen member of the American College of Dentists and the International College of Dentists. Dr. Kirkland has been published in professional dental journals for research conducted in the fields of implant dentistry and guided bone regeneration.

Dr. Kirkland resides in Alpharetta with her husband Dr. Brett Gluck (Alpharetta orthodontist) and their two children, Carter and Kyle.

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4205 North Point Parkway, Building A
Alpharetta, GA
30022

Opening Hours

Monday 8am - 7pm
Tuesday 7am - 7pm
Wednesday 7am - 7pm
Thursday 7am - 7pm
Friday 8am - 7pm

Telephone

(770) 740-0442

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The periodontists from North Point Periodontics in Alpharetta Georgia are here to serve you with high quality periodontal services delivered in a comfortable and friendly environment. We are a premier periodontal practice serving the residents of Alpharetta Georgia and the communities north of Atlanta. Our dentists and all of the members of our dedicated staff take pride in making your dental experience as pleasant as possible. We use the latest techniques to ensure that our patients are comfortable during dental procedures. We also take the time to thoroughly present treatment options, explain procedures and educate patients about the maintenance of their oral health.

Dr. Kirkland is committed to your health. North Point in Alpharetta has invested in advanced technology to improve our patients care and to help you achieve and maintain optimal oral health. Our investment in advanced technology represents a long-term investment in your future as a patient. With the expertise of our dentists and state-of-the-art technology, you can expect excellent results.

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The office staff is very welcoming. I felt at ease and comfortable almost immediately. Dr. Kirkland explained everything very well. The office is very professional. Dr. Kirkland is very personable and did excellent work!